Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Dreams Keep Us Alive

“The conscious mind, however, can only hold so much.  Life as you know it could not exist if everything was conscious in those terms.  The sweet parcel of physical existence, I have told you, exists as much by merit of what it does not include as it does by merit of your experience.  In important ways your dreams make your life possible by ordering your psychological life automatically, as your physical body is ordered automatically for you.  You can make great strides by understanding and recalling dreams, and by consciously participating in them to a far greater degree.  But you cannot become completely aware of your dreams in their entirety, and maintain your normal physical stance.”

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 796)

Monday, May 29, 2017

Dream Recall and Impulses

I find this Seth quote interesting.  We cannot conceive of the complexity and extent of our multidimensional dreams ... dreams that literally cruise the entire Cosmos and spawn universes.  Even though we only get "stick figure" representations of our dreams in dream recall, it's comforting to know that the Inner Self knows what's going on and doesn't sleep ... providing on-going impulses to keep us safely on the pathway of life.  We are our own "Guardian Angel".

"You could not physically handle anything like complete dream recall.  You are not consciously capable of dealing with the psychological depths and riches that activity reveals.  For one thing, your concepts of time, realistically or practically speaking, as utilized, would become more difficult to maintain in normal life.  This does not mean that far greater dream recall than you have is not to your advantage, because it certainly is.  I merely want to explain why so many dreams are not recalled.
"While the large proportion remain relatively hidden, however, the average person often meets with dream fragments just below the normal threshold of consciousness - not recognizing them as what they are - experiencing instead the impulse to do this or that on a given day; to eat this or that, or to refrain from something else."  An easy enough example is the case where an individual with no memory [of such a dream] decides to cancel a plane trip on a given day, and later discovers that the plane crashed."
(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 796)

Friday, May 26, 2017

Dreams are the best preventive medicine

It's amazing what the body and mind can do when the rational mind, with all of its worries and limiting beliefs, is out of the way!

Sweet Dreams!

“On some occasions long-term illnesses, for instance, are resolved suddenly through a dream.  However, in most cases dreams prevent such chronic illnesses, providing through small therapeutics a constant series of minor but important personal revelations.

“That is, dreams are the best preventive medicine. Some psychological difficulties need clear conscious light and understanding.  Others, however, operate even without conscious participation, and those are often solved, or remedied, at the same level without interfering with the conscious mind.  As the body handles many physical manipulations without your own conscious knowledge of what is being done, or how, so the workings of your own psychological systems often automatically solve “their own problems” through dreams of which you are not aware.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 796)

Thursday, May 25, 2017

No Strings Attached

This morning's Seth is much more visible, I think, in the animal kingdom.  It is easy to see the joy and playfulness of young animals.  When it comes to humans, that playfulness is often lost with the attachment of society's "strings" through the parents, encounters with others, television, etc.  We often spend a lifetime trying to reawaken the lost "curious child" and "playful adolescent" in our adult phase.

"... life is not given by the parent, but through the parent - by LIFE itself, or All That Is, and with "no strings attached"."
(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 796)

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Magic of the Brain

Given that the underlying, multidimensional electromagnetic reality is what is "real", it is amazing how we generate the illusion of the brain to present ourselves with 3D images in a time sequence to play with.  Everything we physically sense around us is symbolic of some underlying consciousness and energy.  Have fun making the movie called "This Is My Life"!

“The brain like the movie screen gives you a physical picture, in living stereo, of inner activities that nowhere themselves physically appear.

“Your brain gives you a handy and quite necessary reference system with which to conduct corporal life.  It puts together for you in their “proper” sequences events that could be experienced in many other ways, using other kinds of organizations.  The brain, of course, and other portions of the body, tune into your planet and connect with the numberless time sequences – molecular, cellular, and so forth – so that they are synchronized with the world’s events.

“The brain organizes activity and translates events, but it does not initiate them.  Events have an electromagnetic reality that is then projected onto the brain for physical activation.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 794)

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Today's Seth really shows that we're watching a movie projected by what we know of as the brain.  This correlates with the earlier Seth comment on how children have to learn time.  I experienced the slowing down of time in a dramatic way in a CF-5 flight test at high G and maximum roll acceleration.  A few seconds of the manoeuvre seemed like minutes.  Needless to say, it took a while for me to synch up the perceptive functions of the brain after that!  Most people experience this kind of time dilation in sudden, potentially catastrophic events where time slows down and they start replaying their life.  I've had a few of these too.  I suppose too much wine and states of ecstasy are much more enjoyable ways to play with time!

"In a manner of speaking, the activity of your brain adjusts the speed with which you, as a physical creature, perceive life's events.  Theoretically, those events could be slowed down or run at a quicker pace.  Again in a manner of speaking, the sound, vision, dimensional solidarity and so forth are "dubbed in".  The picture runs at the same speed, more or less.  The physical senses chime in together to give you a dramatic sensual chorus, each "voice" keeping perfect time with all the other sensual patterns so that as a rule there is harmony and a sense of continuity, with no embarrassing lapses.
"The same applies to your thoughts, which if you bother to listen seem to come smoothly one after another, more or less following the sequence of exterior activity."
(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 794)

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Today's Seth is about the power of imagination.  Too bad we relegate it to dreams ... or worse ... senseless violent movies!  For some reason, Hollywood doesn't see a role for itself in helping humankind dream the beautiful future that Cayce spoke of!

"Man's creative alertness, his precise sensual focus in space and time, and his ability to react quickly to events, are of course all highly important characteristics.  His imagination allowed him to develop the use of tools, and gave birth to his inventiveness.  That imagination allows him to plan in the present for what might occur in the future.
This means that to some extent the imagination must operate outside of the senses' precise orientation.  For that reason, it is most freely used in the dream state.  Basically speaking, imagination cannot be tied to practicalities, for when it is man has only physical feedback.  If that were all, then there would be no inventions.  There is always additional information available other than that in the physical environment.
These additional data come as a result of the brain's high play as it experiments with the formation of events, using the inner senses that are not structured in time or space."
(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 793)

Monday, May 15, 2017

Inner Senses

“You have inner senses that roughly correlate with your physical ones.  These, however, do not have to be trained to a particular space-time orientation.

“When children dream, they utilize these inner senses as adults do, and then through dreaming they learn to translate such material into the precise framework of the exterior senses.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 793)

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Time is learned

This Seth quote gives us an idea of just how artificial our sense of time really is. 

We know that the quantum particles that flash in and out making up our physical reality do not know our perception of time and, therefore, do not move in our physical reality.  Fundamental quantum particles are like pixels on your computer screen which also don't move.  Pixels have a characteristic vibration that we call colour and, by flashing many times per second, these flashing pixels present the to us the image of a visible object or person moving continuously in time across the screen. 

Our bodies and our associated physical senses are literally like images we present to ourselves done without the use of a computer.  It is cute how some of our inventions (like TV, computers, virtual reality, etc.) are attempts at replicating what we do in manifesting our own personal "Now" experience quite spontaneously and without thinking about it.

“In your terms, events are still plastic to young children, in that they have not as yet learned to apply your stringent structure.  There is an interesting point connected with the necessity to coordinate the workings of the senses, in that before this process occurs there is no rigid placement of events.  That placement is acquired.  The uncoordinated child’s senses, for example, may actually hear words that will be spoken tomorrow, while seeing the person who will speak them today.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 793)

Friday, May 12, 2017

The Brain

Here is Seth's concise description of the brain.  For a more complete description I found Ramtha's book "Who Are We Really?" very illuminating and well worth the read.

“The brain is primarily an event-forming psycho-mechanism through which consciousness operates.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 793)

Thursday, May 11, 2017


It's said that "you are what you eat" ... more correctly, "you are what you think".

Think beautiful thoughts dream remarkable dreams.

“Your thoughts are as active as your cells, and as important in maintaining your physical being.

“Your thoughts are also as natural as your cells.  Your thoughts propel you toward survival and growth also, and in the same way that your cells do.  If you find yourself in physical difficulties health-wise, you cannot say: “Why doesn’t my body stop me and assert its own wisdom?” because in the truest sense there is no division between your thoughts and your body.  You are given the ability to think, as you are given the ability to move.  Your thoughts multiply even as your cells do.  Your thinking is meant to ensure your survival in those terms, as much as your body mechanism.

“The give-and-take between the two occurs largely in the dream state, where constant translations of data occur.  Your thoughts and your body cells are reflected one in the other.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Wednesday, May 10, 2017


The Beatles said it:  "All there is is Love!"

“Love is a biological as well as a spiritual characteristic.  Basically, love and creativity are synonymous.  Love exists without an object.  It is the impetus by which all being becomes manifest.  Desire, love, intent, belief and purpose – these form the experience of your body and all the events it perceives.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Beyond the feedback system

What we perceive with our physical system is direct feedback, symbolically, of our attitudes, beliefs, thoughts, feelings, choices and decisions.  If this is all there was, we would be stuck in "Ground Hog Day", or worse, a 3-D snapshot of a single all-inclusive moment. 

Luckily we get nudges from our day dreams and night dreams which move us out of the deer-in-the-headlights kind of feed back system that can hypnotize us ... physical perception.

“… “Your beliefs form your reality”, and this means that your beliefs structure the events you know.

“Such experience then convinces you more thoroughly of the reality you perceive until a vicious circle is formed, in which all events mirror beliefs so perfectly that no leeway seems to appear between the two.

“If this was really the case, however, mankind’s history would never change in any true regard.  Alternate paths of experience – new possibilities and intuitive solutions – constantly appear in the dream state, so that man’s learning is not simply dependent upon a feedback system that does not allow for the insertion of creative material.  Dreaming otherwise available, in which behavior and events can be judged against more developed and higher understanding than that present in conventional daily reality at any level.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Monday, May 8, 2017

There Are No Victims

In the grand scheme of things, we are never a victim of external events.  Everything about this life and the individual experiences in this life are about our choices.  Cayce had said that life is the experience of your choices, and in a "You Create Your Own Reality" (YCYOR) world that is obvious, but hard to believe.  I like Seth's comment that we still have a responsibility to make the world and humanity a better place.

"Some people encounter war directly, however, in terms of hand-to-hand combat, or bombing.  Others are only inconvenienced by it.  Here the mass shared environment is encountered as physical reality according to individual belief, love, and intent.  In the deepest meaning there is no such thing as a victim, either of war, poverty, or disease.  This does not mean that those negative qualities should not be combatted, for in the terms of conventional understanding it certainly appears that men and women are victims in many such cases.  Therefore, they behave like victims, and their beliefs reinforce such experience."
(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Sunday, May 7, 2017

We Attract Or Repel Events

Physical events that we manifest are symbolic representations of vast movements of energy and consciousness that are not perceptible to us with our physical senses.  We attract or repel these vast currents of action based on a set of tools and characteristics of our current state of being (often referred to as vibration).

Lazaris summarizes manifestation as follows: 
What appears to us physically in each "Now" moment is a symbolic representation of our thoughts and feelings; choices and decisions; and, attitudes and beliefs. 
We attract or repel "future" events into physical experience using three tools: Desire, Imagination and Expectation. 

More on manifestation can be found in on my website:  http://www.alsworldview.com/manifestation/Welcome.html

“First of all, physical events are the end products of nonphysical properties.

“The formation of events is initially an emotional, psychic, or psychological function.  Events are physical interpretations, conventionalized versions of inner perceptive experiences that are then “coalesced” in space and time.  Events are organized according to laws that involve love, belief, intent, and the intensities with which these are entertained.

“Events are attracted or repelled by you according to your loves, beliefs, intents, and purposes.  Your world provides a theater in which certain events can or cannot occur.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Friday, May 5, 2017

A Larger Context

“You are the physical event of yourself put into a given space and time, and because of the conditions of that framework, within it you automatically exclude other experience of your own selfhood.  The greater event of yourself exists in a context that is beyond your usual perception of events.  The greater portion of yourself, however, forms the self that you know.

“In the dream state you step into a larger context to some extent.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Our Unique Experience In the Context of a Shared Environment

Often we tend to think that dreams are personal and don't touch other elements in our reality.  As Seth has pointed out before, there are no closed systems.  So in the waking and dreaming states, and everything in between or beyond, our moment of experience is always within a shared environment or context.  Ultimately, it's all one Mind!

“You share, then, a mass dream experience as you share a mass waking world.  Your daily experience is private and uniquely yours, yet it happens within the context of a shared environment.  The same applies to the dream state.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Events and the Biological Network

I find the idea of events growing out of each other multidimensionally with all earth-tuned consciousness interacting to be very complex but also very appealing.  Edgar Cayce often said that life is the experiencing of our choices.  These choices happen behind the scenes in a most fundamental way... when we select our moments of physical experience (i.e. objective events) out of the infinity of possibilities.  We then make a conscious choice based on the experience of the objective event.  It's bit like leaping from rock to rock while crossing a stream, excepts the rocks keep moving and new ones keep popping up - oh yes, and the river keeps wiggling around!
Have a beautiful day, make beautiful choices!

“Basically, events are not built one upon the other.  They grow out of each other in a kind of spontaneous expansion, a profusion of creativity, while the conscious mind chooses which aspects to experience – and those aspects then become what you call an objective event.

“Events obviously are not formed by your species alone, so that, as I mentioned in our last session, there is a level of the dream state in which all earth-tuned consciousness of all species and degrees come together.  From your standpoint this represents a deep state of unconscious creativity – at the cellular levels particularly – by which all cellular life communicates and forms a vital biological network that provides the very basis for any “higher” experience at all.

“What you call dreaming is obviously dependent upon this cellular communication, which distributes the life force throughout the planet.  The formation of any psychological event therefore depends upon this interspecies relationship.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)

Tuesday, May 2, 2017


All events are multidimensional and each event lives on indefinitely, constantly seeking Value Fulfillment (i.e. Being) and spawning new events in a cascade of creativity.  What we recall as dreams are symbolic representations in the language of form that we learned in this physical body.  The various depths of our being would experience their own unique experience of dream (and awake) events in the "language" that they speak.  Recall that even atoms dream in their own terms.

“In dreams you deal with symbols, of course.  Yet symbols are simply examples of other kinds of quite “objective” events.  They are events that are what they seem to be, and they are equally events that do not “immediately” show themselves.  One so-called event, therefore, may be a container of many others, while you only perceive its exterior face – and you call that face a symbol.

“The other events within the symbol are as legitimate as the one event you perceive.

(The Nature of the Psyche, Session 792)